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in the building. some do have them on one per floor, shared kitche. there are a few hotels that have individual bathrooms. the majority of them are shared on the floor down the hall. we have always i've been at the mission sro for over 5 years, always large percent are seniors. we began the conversation about two years ago and the conversation was about the changing needs of people. a lot of people here in san francisco -a lot of low-income tenants - get locked into their home. that can be a good thing, it can be a bad thing at the same time. a lot of people when they move in, to choose a home a place that meets their needs, as they live there for years, as people get older, the disabilities change, obviously they become more difficult for people to live in these buildings. the way that the market is here in san francisco with rents going up and up, and rent control design here for folks who have been in their homes for years, is not a whole lot of options other than to stay in the same place and try to make modifications, and make that home work for their needs. a background on sros: t
came home. it looked and went to the kitch wherein she made her sandwich with 15 minutes, couldn't see the sand box. fired her on the spot. you have to. no matter how much you trust someone, you have to keep your eyes on them all the time. >> dana: bob, good point. another one of these points that was brought up in here, is it that teenagers just don't want to actually do the work anymore? get $20 walking around money from your dad. i don't know if you know anything about giving out money. but what do you think? >> bob: i'm a walking atm machine when i was a kid i tried to babysit and no one would let me. >> brian: you were a steroid football player. >> bob: there is truth to this. this generation is not what you call the work ethic-driven generation. at least in the upper income brackets. listen, i think the answer to this is simple. let me taker rick's rule about the free market. cost you $120 an hour, because that's what the free market was. pay it. >> andrea: i agree with you that the work ethic declined and a lot of kids want to make plans with their friends. let me argue the othe
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